ACRM REHAB EXPO

5 NOVEMBER – 8 NOVEMBER
HILTON CHICAGO
720 S. Michigan Ave, Chicago, IL USA 60605

The ACRM REHAB EXPO is the networking hub of the conference and an important addition to your educational experience.

“Chat with the Experts” is a series of informal conversational get-togethers that pepper the EXPO with not-to-miss info from undisputed pros. Bring your burning questions and get your answers here. It’s all happening in between sessions in the ACRM EXPO Hall during the CORE conference.

LEARNING CENTER

Held during program breaks, the new EXPO Learning Center provides opportunities for attendees to learn about new products and product research from featured exhibitors. See product demonstrations and get the answers you need to make informed purchasing decisions.

No need to register. Just come to the EXPO Learning Center at the scheduled times.

EXHIBITOR DIRECTORY

Academy of Spinal Cord Injury Professionals (ASCIP)

BOOTH 419

 

 

 

Basic Home Information

BOOTH 410

Basic Home Infusion is a national intrathecal pump management and home infusion company. Specializing in only intrathecal therapies, BHI provides refills and management of implanted pumps for both spasticity and chronic pain patients.

 

Biodex Medical Systems, Inc

BOOTH 312

Based on decades of research showing the power of music in treating Parkinson’s disease and other movement disorders, Biodex brings Music-Assisted Therapy to the Gait Trainer™ 3. Music therapist-informed compositions, biofeedback, and repetition are together for the first time to enhance neuroplasticity, facilitate correct gait kinematics and recover lost movement.

 

BIONIK, Inc

BOOTH 407

BIONIK empowers the world’s leading rehabilitation teams with data-driven, robotic therapy solutions that transform the neurorecovery journey to harness hope and provide proven, better outcomes.

 

Brain Injury Association of America

BOOTH 220

The Brain Injury Association of America (BIAA) is the country’s oldest and largest nationwide brain injury advocacy organization. Our mission is to advance awareness, research, treatment, and education and to improve the quality of life for all people affected by brain injury.

 

BIAA logo

Brooks Rehabilitation

BOOTH 411

Brooks Rehabilitation has served the Southeast for more than 45 years. Our system of care includes one of the nation’s largest inpatient rehabilitation hospitals, skilled nursing, assisted living, memory care, home health, outpatient clinics, community programs, a research division and a PMR physicians practice.  www.brooksrehab.org

 

California Rehabilitation Institute

BOOTH 318

A partnership of Cedars-Sinai, UCLA Health and Select Medical, California Rehabilitation Institute provides patients with the latest acute inpatient rehabilitation care. With 138 private suites, we are the largest physical medicine and rehabilitation hospital of its kind on the West Coast providing excellence in clinical care and research.

 

CARF International

BOOTH 313

Founded in 1966, CARF has been enhancing the quality of services in medical rehabilitation through standards reflecting best practices and leadership in the field internationally. CARF focuses on helping providers implement an internal process of continuous quality improvement and person-centered services to achieve outcomes desired by persons served.

 

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Center for Large Data Research & Data Sharing in Rehabilitation

BOOTH 206

The Center for Large Data Research and Data Sharing in Rehabilitation is building rehabilitation research capacity by increasing the quantity and quality of rehabilitation outcomes research using large datasets. The CLDR is expanding its mission to include a focus on data sharing and archiving information from completed rehabilitation research studies.

 

Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Rehabilitation Services

BOOTH 321

Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta offers rehabilitation services in their acute inpatient rehab unit, day rehab program, and 8 outpatient rehab facilities throughout metro Atlanta for patients ages birth to 21. Visit www.choa.org/rehab for more information and how to contact us.

 

Ekso Bionics

BOOTH 323

Ekso Bionics is a leading developer of exoskeleton solutions that amplify human potential by supporting strength, endurance and mobility across medical and industrial commercial applications. Featured this year at ACRM, EksoGT works with clinicians to promote correct movement patterns in all phases of recovery.

 

Ekso Bionics

Encompass Health

BOOTH 203

Encompass Health offers facility-based and home-based patient care through its network of inpatient rehabilitation hospitals, home health agencies and hospice agencies. With a national footprint that spans more than 130 hospitals and 273 home health & hospice locations, the Company is committed to delivering high-quality care across the post-acute continuum.

 

Foundation for PM&R

BOOTH 219

The Foundation for PM&R is a nonprofit organization that provides seed money for innovative physiatric research that will lead to larger studies in comparative effectiveness, outcomes assessment, and quality improvement to prove efficacy and advance the science of restoring health and improving function for individuals with disability.

 

 

g.tec Neurotechnology USA, Inc.

BOOTH 420

 

 

 

 

Galileo Therapy

BOOTH 219

Galileo is an essential rehab training tool. Its Mechano-stimulation is unlike other muscle devices inducing muscle contractions differently through the “involuntary” stretch-reflex instead of traditional training. Galileo’s high-repetition therapy in a short time is versatile for everyone, easy to set-up and enhances functional outcomes and neuroplasticity. It’s a game-changer!

 

Hocoma/Motek

BOOTH 412

Hocoma and Motek are the global leaders in robotic and sensorbased devices for functional movement therapy and virtual reality technology for research and rehabilitation.  We develop innovative therapy solutions working closely with leading clinics and research centers. Our products are applied successfully in renowned clinics and research institutes worldwide.

 

Hope After Brain Injury

BOOTH 222

Hope after Brain Injury is a non-profit organization devoted to sharing hope with those affected by brain injury by offering counseling, education, and connection to community resources.  We are involved with brain injury survivors and their caregivers, along with healthcare professionals, committed to the advancement of brain injury recovery.

 

Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation

BOOTH 315

Kessler Institute, ranked as one of the nation’s top rehabilitation hospitals for 25 years by U.S. News, is one of only nine NIDRR-designated Model Systems for the treatment/research of traumatic brain and spinal cord injuries.  That same pioneering care distinguishes Kessler stroke, neurologic, orthopedic/musculoskeletal, amputation, cancer and cardiac recovery programs.

 

Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation logo

Lite Run, Inc

BOOTH 520

The lite Run System is an innovative new device in the treatment of persons with gait and balance difficulties. A gait trainer and specially designed “spacesuit” pants use air pressure to support body weight providing safe, comfortable unweighting for patients and reducing the labor and lifting burden for therapists.

 

Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital

BOOTH 504

Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital is a 167-bed, free-standing, rehabilitation hospital committed to helping patients regain independence following serious injury or illness. Comprehensive services and an exclusive focus on rehabilitation enables specialty physicians and staff to achieve outstanding clinical outcomes.

 

Mayo Clinic

BOOTH 404

Mayo Clinic is the largest integrated group practice in the world. Mayo Clinic Rehabilitation Medicine Center is a place for discovery, translation and application of rehabilitation sciences. Inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation care enhances functional ability and quality of life provided by a multidisciplinary practice.

 

Mayo Clinic logo

Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC)

BOOTH 218

The Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC) is a federally-funded center that offers free factsheets, videos, slideshows, and other resources for people living with spinal cord injury (SCI), traumatic brain injury (TBI), and burn injury (Burn).

 

Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center Logo

Neofect USA, Inc

BOOTH 306

The Rapael Smart Glove is a rehabilitative device that monitors hand movements through playing game-like exercises. It is designed to promote brain re-learning for active hand movement and function. Patients practice goal-oriented and task-specific motor skills with increased repetition while being stimulated in an environment conducive to hand rehabilitation.

 

Neulife Rehab

BOOTH 322

The Rapael Smart Glove is a rehabilitative device that monitors hand movements through playing game-like exercises. It is designed to promote brain re-learning for active hand movement and function. Patients practice goal-oriented and task-specific motor skills with increased repetition while being stimulated in an environment conducive to hand rehabilitation.

 

Neuro Rehab VR

BOOTH 603

Neuro Rehab VR develops fun and engaging virtual reality exercises for neurological and physical therapy recovery, leveraging breakthroughs in neuroplasticity. VR exercises are designed with physical therapists and customized for each patient’s needs and targeted therapy plan with the ability to measure, quantify, and track progress with data feedback.

 

NIH National MR3 Network

BOOTH 204

MR3 Network is a group of six centers nationwide that promotes multidisciplinary collaborations, develops research opportunities and therapeutic strategies, and improves the lives of people with disabilities. The network provides expertise, technology and resources to support clinical and translational research in a wide range of disciplines and disease focus areas.

 

MR3 Network

Ottobock

BOOTH 207

 

 

Rehab Innovations – UE Ranger

BOOTH 418

The UE Ranger – providing a harmonious blend of upper extremity healing support and functional recovery. In low tech fashion, fluid mobility becomes a natural medium to personalize patient’s specific needs. Acute to Chronic – Ortho to Neuro – Clinic to Home, we have removed the impedances to achieving optimal.

 

Rehabilitation Hospital of Indiana

BOOTH 403

RHI, provides acute inpatient rehabilitation services, outpatients continuum, and community reintegration services for adults with brain injury, stroke, spinal cord injury, and other disabling conditions. RHI is dedicated to assisting individuals in achieving their highest potential with a commitment to the values of respect, independence, quality service, innovation, and service to the community.

 

Restorative Therapies Inc.

BOOTH 417

Restorative Therapies provides innovative FES therapy systems to help people with neurological impairments or critical illness achieve their full recovery potential. Our systems provide stimulation to upper and lower extremities and trunk muscles. Help patients achieve functional goals with Xcite our new task specific system with easy-to-use pre-programmed activities.

 

Restorative Therapies logo

Rusk Rehabilitation at NYU Langone Health

BOOTH 304

Ranked top ten in the country and #1 in New York by U.S. News & World Report since 1989, Rusk Rehabilitation continues to set the standard in rehabilitation care for every stage of life and for every phase of recovery.

 

Rusk Rehabilitation at NYU Langone Health

Shepherd Center

BOOTH 517

Shepherd Center, located in Atlanta, Georgia, specializes in medical treatment, research and rehabilitation for people with spinal cord injury, brain injury, multiple sclerosis, spine and chronic pain, and other neuromuscular conditions. Shepherd Center is ranked by U.S. News & World Report among the top 10 rehabilitation hospitals in the nation.

 

Shepherd Center

Spaulding Rehabilitation Network

BOOTH 505

Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital is nationally ranked by US News and World Report and is the official teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School. Our network provides a full continuum of rehabilitative care with four inpatient facilities and 25 outpatient centers. Our mission is to provide exceptional clinical care, promote medical education, and advance research.

 

Spaulding Rehabilitation Network logo

Tekscan, Inc.

BOOTH 214

Tekscan manufactures a range of pressure assessment and clinical/research evaluation tools.  Our unique systems use thin, flexible, high-resolution sensors to observe gait abnormalities, determine orthotic/wheelchair cushion efficacy, identify potential ulceration areas, and more.

 

Tekscan logo

The Amputee Coalition

BOOTH 320

The Amputee Coalition is the leading national, donor-supported, non-profit organization serving the limb loss community. Our mission is to reach out to and empower those affected by limb loss to reach their full potential through education, support, and advocacy, and to promote limb loss prevention.

 

The College of St. Scholastica – tDPT online

BOOTH 229

The transitional Doctor of Physical Therapy program at CSS offers working clinicians degree parity in a 100% online format. Designed with the needs of practicing physical therapists in mind, our program is streamlined to offer clinicians a bridge up to DPT in just 6 courses/16 credits.

 

The Stens Corporation

BOOTH 231

The Stens Corporation is recognized nationally as the leader in biofeedback, neurofeedback, and QEEG professional certificate trainings as well as the distribution of all major lines of biofeedback instruments and software. We are committed to providing innovative, cutting-edge products and unique, hands-on training to practitioners throughout USA and Canada.

 

Touro Rehabilitation Center

BOOTH 217

 

 

Zero Gravity Skin

BOOTH 514

 

 

 

ACRM ANNUAL CONFERENCE // HILTON CHICAGO // 5 – 8 NOV 2019

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